Ready for a challenge?
Hello, As in lots of places, Carp Commons is understaffed and staff has to run to get things done. Now the retirement home is filling up, there was no new staff added. Management is a challenge. You have to check your paystub and I had to fight for my Covid pay. I still didnt get any. It is now the end of September.The girls who started work with the opening of Carp Commons are nice You could work there when you are ready to jump in without a lot of orientation. They are that desperate. They had a lot of problems with nurse staffing. You can get trained as UCP. Officially you have to have a nurse in the building to be giving out medicine. That didnt always happen.
Environmental Services Director in Toronto, ON
Profit , profit and all about money
This company is all about making money they don’t care about anybody or anything regional managers and see yours only look after them self and again it’s all about money residents are not important money is the key and investors
Night Attendant in Lloydminster, AB
Great place to work
I love working here, the whole team is amazing right from management to maintenance .Its a very enjoyable atmosphere.There is always training available.
Free Agent in Langley, BC
Management lack in recognizing the hard-work and the contributions of the staff.
This place had a great vision in the beginning. Lots of hopes and promises, but the visions are not aligned with reality. Disorganized right from the beginning, and no one seem to want to fix it. Management only cares about making profits and not in-tuned with the day-to-day challenges/needs. Staffing levels have always been an issue. Workers are overworked/burned out, underpaid and under valued. Management lack in recognizing the hard-work and the contributions of the staff. In any role, there is no room for learning-curve, they expect you to be in your role and perform right away! There is also a lot of “special friendships” and “groupings” happening which puts one in a disadvantage when you’re not in this clique. There’s so many expectations working here, on any given day you are a ... Care Aide, Leader, Supervisor, Scheduler, Cook, Housekeeper, Entertainer.
Health Care Aide in Prince of peace manor/harbour
Bully, racism and unfair treatment is the order of the day
Management is unfair, favors their community and others they don’t care, they don’t care about staffs, no communication between management and staff. Even the residents know more information than the staff, hardly a routine, changes constantly.Older staff and bully and gets angry when you pick up shift.